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Slow down Christmas candles, it's not your turn yet. Late August through September are all about prepping for fall. Once school is in session, summer feels like it's gone (even though it's not technically over until September 22nd). However, that's not stopping us from lighting autumn-scented candles and Halloween candles.
Now, don't feel pressured to put out the giant inflatable Halloween decor just quite yet, but feel free to place some pumpkin spice and spooky candles around the house to get you in the fall and Halloween spirit. Here are six candles and decor pieces for Halloween fanatics, and of course, pumpkin lovers.
Best Halloween Candles
Best Pumpkin-Scented Candle
Is it even fall if you don't have a pumpkin candle? This bestseller is a must-have for those who love fall. Light this candle after cleaning, before a bubble bath, or anytime you get a craving for pumpkin!
I can't wait to turn on Hocus Pocus and smell this candle.
Best Spooky Candle
Fall candles don't always mean pumpkin spice. If you're not a fan of sweet candles (and want a black candle for the spooky home decor aesthetic), consider this black magic-scented candle.
This Amazon customer gave it five stars and said it smells like leather and smoke.
Best Sweet-Scented Candle
Best Battery Operated Options & Candle Holders
Best Tealight Set
4. Homemory 12 Pack Small Pumpkin Tea Lights, Battery Operated LED Tealight Candles, Flilckering Amber Yellow Lights, Special for Halloween, Holiday, Theme Parties
Best Candle Holders
These Halloween candle holders win Halloween. Sorry, but these are just too perfect! The skeleton hand candles are fantastic Halloween decorations for the living room coffee table (or office cubicle). Your guests will love them.
This skull candle holder is everything. Of course, you can find it at Target. Target has the cutest Halloween decor (right next to Hobby Lobby and Jo-Ann's.) I seriously can't go in there and not spend less than $100 on decor.
For Halloween costumes, DIY Halloween supplies, and haunted house decor, visit Amazon.